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Robinson Crusoe on Sin Island

Released: Dec 01st, 2005
Running Time: 115
Director: Alessandro del Mar
Company: Private U.S.A.
Distribution Companies: Pure Play Media
Cast: Angel Dark, Evelin Strafford, Horst Baron, Thalia (I), George Uhl, Sylvia Saint, Jennifer (I), Lauro Giotto, Cynthia (I), Nikki Blond, Jennifer (II), Yvonne Peach, Nikki Rider, Francesco Malcolm, Lucy Love (I), Philip Dean, Kevin Long
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAAA

This sexualized Robinson Crusoe, shot in gorgeous island locations, is a nice period piece, and Private goes to some lengths to set up the story.

Crusoe (Georg Uhl) gets marooned for six long years with just a diary and wet dreams to keep him company. Then some pirates arrive with a sexy black captive. She escapes, and Crusoe finds his Girl Sunday.

The seven sex scenes are in the standard Private mode: lots of anal - very hot but somewhat by the numbers. The women are all A-list beauties.

Pre-noms: Best Foreign Feature. Best Foreign Director. Best Actor, Video: George Uhl. Videography. Art Direction. DVD Extras. DVD Packaging.

Retailing: First-rate entertainment, with a story.


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Pure Play Media
Private U.S.A.
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Angel Dark
Evelin Strafford
Horst Baron
Thalia (I)
George Uhl
Sylvia Saint
Jennifer (I)
Lauro Giotto
Cynthia (I)
Nikki Blond
Jennifer (II)
Yvonne Peach
Nikki Rider
Francesco Malcolm
Lucy Love (I)
Philip Dean
Kevin Long
Alessandro del Mar


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